Steve Blank, the creator of Lean Launchpad, is coming to EClub to talk about this hottest approach to entrepreneurship education. Steve’s unique methodology to help fledgling ventures vet their ideas has been adopted by the NSF nationwide under the iCorps program and is taught at Berkeley and Stanford. Steve will talk about Customer Development and its role in life science/healthcare ventures. He is going to teach a new course at UCSF this fall, Lean Launchpad for Healthcare/Life Sciences, that will take teams through a rigorous process to test the market. Tickets.
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Entrepreneur, Investor, Professor
Steve Blank has had a 33-year career as a successful businessman, conservationist and teacher. As a Silicon Valley entrepreneur, Steve was part of or founded eight venture-backed companies. Four of his eight startup companies went public. After he retired, he started new careers in conservation, public service, and teaching. After retiring, Steve moved from being an entrepreneur to teaching entrepreneurship to both undergraduate and graduate students at U.C. Berkeley, Stanford University and